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[Amazon.ca]Hamilton Beach 70950C SaladXpress - $29.99

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[Amazon.ca]Hamilton Beach 70950C SaladXpress - $29.99

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http://www.hamiltonbeach.ca/salad-xpres ... 0950c.html


The fast easy way to make fresh salads and more
Quickly slice, shred, grate or crinkle cut right into your own bowl
5 year limited warranty
Great for salads,soups,tacos, pizza, desserts and more
Includes 4 cones to provide multiple cuts
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Thanks! Been looking for something like this for a while now. Do you know if it'll also work as a spiralizer for zucchini & squash?
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Reviews are mixed on both amazon.ca and amazon.com.
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I bought one of these years ago called a "Presto salad shooter" http://www.saladshooter.com/
It works but it's one of those small appliances that ends up in the back of the cupboard.
It does what it says it does - but is a PITA to clean. We went back to using a sharp knife and a cutting board.
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I think most people complain about the entrance is too small to fit most size of the vegetable.
TagYoureIt wrote: Thanks! Been looking for something like this for a while now. Do you know if it'll also work as a spiralizer for zucchini & squash?
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plymouthhater wrote: We went back to using a sharp knife and a cutting board.
That's the reality for most of those cooking tool/appliances gimmicks.

Most of those cutting devices have razor blades, you know, blades that you would normally replace every week if you were using it to shave your beard? Ya... that stuff works great for the first few uses and eventually starts to jam or tear up food. The blades can't be sharpened like that of a knife.

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